This presentation focuses on the pedagogy enacted within Speed Schools, a complementary education initiative providing a catch-up education for out-of-school children in Ethiopia.
A CIER/UNEVOC seminar presented by Professor Alan Rogers, Visiting Professor, School of Education. Alan Rogers, Visiting Professor in the School of Education, has just returned from a visit to the Folk Development Colleges in Tanzania after twenty years.
To mark World Autism Awareness Week, the School of Education is hosting a free seminar to highlight findings from cutting edge research in the field of autism.
This is a Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management Seminar presented by Professor Howard Stevenson and Alison Milner, School of Education, University of Nottingham. In this presentation we explore the specific role of the ‘European Semester’ and its impact on education policy across the European Union.
Come and celebrate International Women’s Day 2017 #IWD2017 at a ‘free lunch’ event in association with #WomenEd and supported by The University of Nottingham’s People and Culture.
Dr Max Biddulph, Associate Professor in the School of Education, launches LGBT History Month 2017 with a public lecture. Join us for an exploration of the experiences of pink-triangle prisoners at Sachsenhausen and how social context impacts on our concept of citizenship. How does living in a totalitarian regime influence the behaviour of its citizens, and what are the implications for contemporary societies?
This Centre for Research in Mathematics Education Seminar is presented by Dr Adetayo Kasim, Research Statistician for the Wolfson Institute for Health and Wellbeing, Durham University. Dr Kasim will discuss statistical challenges in the design and analysis of education trials.
This seminar will explore the role of the body’s senses and perception in doing, learning and teaching mathematics by considering work in progress in the research programme “Towards an Inclusive Mathematics Education”, based in São Paulo, Brazil.
We invite those interested education to join us for the launch of a new project: ‘What Matters’, aimed at all those working in schools, and who want to make better use of research to shape the experiences of learners.
Our Initial Teacher Education (ITE) courses have been rated Outstanding by Ofsted. Our ITE team is based in the School of Education, on the award winning Jubilee Campus. We hold open days each year to give people who are interested in becoming teachers an opportunity to find out more about why The University of Nottingham is an excellent place to begin your teaching career and the training routes we offer.